The new Toyota Auris Touring Sports made its world debut at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, adding the popular wagon body style to the model range's comprehensive choice of powertrains.

Wagon variants currently represent 25% of the mainstream C-segment sales mix, and the new Toyota Auris Touring Sports will be the first wagon in the segment available with a full hybrid powertrain.

To the rear, the Toyota Auris Touring Sports features a new bumper and tailgate design, with the loadspace sill set 80 mm lower than that of the hatchback and the number plate raised to maintain balance in the proportions. As with the rest of the Auris range, a new, wraparound rear combination lamp design reinforces the dynamic shape of the rear wing, new D pillar design and rear screen.


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